Anderson University's National Security Studies Program is one of the few interdisciplinary, undergraduate security studies majors in the country.
These programs are unique from public universities in providing students the inclusion of Christian ethics as a foundation in preparing for a career in public service.
Students have the opportunity to learn from Anderson University President John Pistole, former TSA director and FBI deputy director, and through professionals in the National Security Studies Fellows.
In 2016, the campus welcomed:
- Representative Pete Hoekstra, former House Intelligence Committee Chair
- Alejandro Mayorkas, deputy secretary of homeland security
- Chuck Rosenberg, Acting Administrator for the Drug Enforcement Agency
- Dr. Paul Stockton, managing director of Sonecon and former assistant secretary of defense
- Alice Hill, Senior Director for Resiliency, National Security Council (Video)
Scheduled visits in 2017 include:
- Bob Mueller, former director of the FBI
- Eric Holder, 82nd Attorney General of the United States, from 2009 to 2015